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A problem bigger than the Web

There was no PAW (that means “parents are watching”). There was no promise that I would LUWAMH (that means “love you with all my heart) to some random person I conversed with. There was no A/S/L check (age/sex/location), and there was no intimate rendezvous clandestinely set up in indecipherable Internet code. My, how much things change.

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Tech business contest drives innovation

The Pick of the Litter Pitch competition, organized by Tech’s Association of Business, Engineering and Science Entrepreneurs, is just one more step in the process of making students’ business dreams a reality.
The pitch also allowed students of all majors to trade ideas in a less formal setting than the full-blown business plan competition as a way to get more concepts from a wider cross-section of the university.

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Tech, GSU: Overtime thriller

Grambling can be proud of its opening game effort under new coach Ricky Duckett, making his debut after having served as an assistant at the University of South Carolina.
“It was obvious that we fought our tails off to get it into overtime, but I think we just finally ran out of gas,” he said. “Louisiana Tech has such an intimidating, big front line and they can be overwhelming at times, but I thought our players really scrapped hard and gave a great effort. I sure can’t complain about the effort we gave because it was there.

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Tech nurtures business ideas

The competition, organized and implemented this fall by Tech’s Association of Business, Engineering and Science Entrepreneurs, is modeled after the television show American Inventor and is designed to give students an extra edge for the February Top Dawg competition, which provides students with resources to help make their entrepreneurial dreams possible.
The 20 teams pitched their ideas to the judges, which included several professors and more than 550 students who watched the presentations live or online.

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